Norman Gunston (Garry McDonald) interviews Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones in the US.
Melbourne housewife superstar Dame Edna Everage (Barry Humphries) is invited to Moonee Ponds' centenary celebrations.
British comedian John Cleese on how he created the character of Basil Fawlty from the classic British sitcom Fawlty Towers (1975, 1979).
Scottish comedian Billy Connolly tells Mike Walsh why he loves Australia - 'It's so odd and I'm so odd and we sort of match'.
Mike Walsh interviewed countless celebrities on his show. His guests ranged from film stars to comedians and politicians.
Singer, actress and comedian Bette Midler talks about the downsides of being famous, such as no longer being able to go to the supermarket.
This segment featuring Bert Newton and Jeanne Little on Good Morning Australia is supposed to be about wrapping Christmas presents.
At her best when she's telling stories about her life, Jeanne Little talks about her hair falling out when a home perm job goes wrong.
Knife throwing, paragliding, singing, dancing and riding an elephant – just some of Jeanne Little's hilarious highlights of working on The Mike Walsh Show from 19
This delicious dose of silliness is brought to you by Jeanne Little and Mike Walsh.